Simply put, the UK-bred singer has been on a hot streak as of late. In August, Millie dropped her energetic single “Problem Child” with Lil Gnar, following it up almost two months later with “Jealousy” featuring Rylo Rodriguez and Lil Keed.
Able to seamlessly blend her sound within multiple genres, her refined talent as a singer has been on a full display for some time now. Since her feature on Young Thug’s “Family Don’t Matter,” the singer-songwriter has embedded herself in the hip-hop soundscape — further showcasing her potential as an all-encompassing artist.
Additionally, Unfoonk — the talented YSL newcomer who is Young Thug’s brother — has made waves this year as well. Sharing his debut album, My Struggle, in June, the 12-track immersive LP documents Unfoonk’s trials and tribulations in blistering detail. Garnering features from Future, Gunna, Young Thug, G Herbo and more, he recently sat down OGM’s Hakeem Rowe to discuss his collaborations as well as the relationship he has with both Millie and Thug.
On top of her recent string of hip-hop collaborations, Millie mentioned that she will be dropping a full-length project soon in a recent interview with DJ Waffles. As the country-rap songstress continues to create a lane all for herself, only time — and a full-length album — will tell the true nature of her genre-bending ability.
Listen to ‘Make You Better’ by Millie Go Lightly and Unfoonk below!